A new survey has been launched to help improve understanding of the needs of residents and businesses in Haringey for waste removal and street cleansing.
This survey is part of a wider engagement programme to enable the Council to provide a better waste, recycling and street cleansing service.
The survey runs until January 8th 2023 and a separate recycling survey will be released later this month.
Click here if you are a resident
Click here if you are representing a business, public, community or voluntary group
Face to Face
Alongside the online surveys, a number of engagement events have been organised where residents, businesses and community groups can come and speak to reps in person.
LBH will be at the following locations during the next month:
Stroud Green and Harringay Library
Thursday 15/12/22 (1pm to 3pm) and Tuesday 3/1/23 (2pm to 4pm)
Wednesday 7/12/22 (3pm to 5pm) and Monday 19/12/22 (10am to12pm)
Muswell Hill Library
Thursday 8/12/22 (12pm to 2pm) and Saturday 7/1/23 (1pm to 3pm)
Marcus Garvey Library
Wednesday 14/12/22 (5pm to 7pm) and Thursday 5/1/23 (2pm to 4pm)
Coombes Croft Library
Monday 5/12/22 (11am to 1pm) and Thursday 22/12/22 (10am to 12pm)
Monday 12/12/22 (11 to 1pm) and Friday 6/1/23 (10am to 12pm)
Wood Green Library
Monday 19/12/22 (5pm to 7pm) and Wednesday 4/1/23 (10am to 12pm)
Northumberland Park Resource Centre
Thursday 22/12/22 (10am to 12pm)
In addition, hard copies of the survey with pre-paid envelopes will be available from libraries and estate concierges from 12th December.
I think I was motivated to post by the face to face possibilities. They won't read these comments but you can go and see them to tell them what you think. I've also added a few comments of my own in the "free" boxes such as I refuse to rank cleaning services in order of importance as my personal use or perception of their usefulness is immaterial. They are all necessary, of equal importance and essential.
I answer these things as I always fear that they'll do stuff anyway but at least I've given them my two euros worth of why putting a "survey" out shouldn't be taken as consent to do as they please or be seen as adequate consultation. If enough people complain, they can't say they didn't know or that people are happy.
(If you're popping into SG & Harringay library, don't forget to borrow some books! Safeguard two services with one visit)
That’s the way I’ve responded too Liz
OK Liz. Makes sense!